Media personality, Daddy Freeze has reacted to a Federal High Court judgement which declared that marriages conducted at Ikoyi registry are invalid. LIB reported that the court presided over by Justice D. E. Osiagor, held that only the local government marriage registries are empowered to do such by the provisions of the 1999 Constitution (as amended). Osiagor ruled that it is unconstitutional for the federal government to conduct marriages. Reacting to the ruling, Daddy Freeze said that might be why his first marriage didn’t work out as everything was “null and void from the get go.” He also said if the judgement was given before now, he wouldn’t have needed a divorce. Freeze wrote; No wonder my first marriage didn’t work. It was null and void from the get go.If this report had come out sooner, I won’t even have needed a divorce, na every body go your way for end am. The post No wonder my first marriage didn’t work out – Daddy Freeze reacts to a Federal High Court ruling that all marriages conducted at Ikoyi registry are invalid appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.